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Staff complaints about a top University of New Mexico administrator’s pattern of problematic behavior prompted internal investigators last year to recommend a “formal coach” to improve his communication and management skills.
But the university is not saying whether it ever heeded that guidance or what it has done in the interim to monitor the situation for improvement.
UNM human resources investigators wrote in October 2017 that Chris Vallejos, an associate vice president for a division with more than 700 employees, has financial acumen but that his performance in other areas “is not at the level expected for an associate vice president.”
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